GEOG 2400 - Cartography and Map Design Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Cartography and Map Design is an essential component of geospatial knowledge and skills and anchors all research, presentation, publication, decision-making, and output from Geospatial Technologies. This course will cover geovisualization topics such as map components, projections, symbols, scale, grid systems, direction, coordinates, distance, relief, color, patterns, and the map design process. You can expect to work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), though no previous experience is necessary. After finishing this course, you’ll be able to study, understand, analyze, interpret, and especially construct good maps.
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